South Korea: a nation of kaleidoscopic vibrancy with a prowess to hypnotize any unsuspecting visitor with its technicolor features.
While many might associate the Asian country with the colors of grey concrete, black smog, and neon, there's much more to the palette that illustrates the colorful attributes that make up Korea.
The Colors of Korea, a unique blogging project that aims to share with the world the beauty of South Korea's food, culture, and destinations. Each participant of the project has been assigned a different color and will write a post to illustrate various aspects of Korea that represent his or her chosen color. The posts will be published throughout this upcoming week and once all participants have contributed, a complete compilation will be released, cataloged specifically for your viewing pleasure.
Orange may not be the first color that comes to mind when thinking of Korea. In fact, the more obvious icons that represent the nation exclude orange all together. It isn't until one looks beyond the surface that the color's significance in the country's culture and history becomes apparent.
Over the past month, a number of Korea bloggers have come together to participate in